Boston Landscaping

Posted on January 31, 2020 in Boston Landscaping

Consider updating your outdoor entertaining game? Here’s a look at how bluestone can help!

Posted on December 13, 2019 in Boston Landscaping

Selecting the rights trees, shrubs, and bushes can add the element of color back into your winter landscaping.

Posted on September 13, 2019 in Boston Landscaping

One of the most classic, elegant ways to add character to your home is with the addition of a brick walkway. A perfect solution to create not only a path for your guests but visual appeal for a potentially overgrown yard.

Posted on June 28, 2019 in Boston Landscaping

Early in the spring, many of us roll up the sleeves and get dirty in hopes of a beautiful garden.  Although the work is not easy, determination drives us.  Before we know it, we’re sitting back to appreciate our hard work.  However, take notice that you’re not only one enjoying the garden.  Tiny pests and […]

Seed and sod are both great options for homeowners looking to improve their landscape.  However, knowing the difference and what to expect is an essential step when choosing between the two.  Sod installation in Newton and surrounding areas is much different than seeding a lawn.  This article will highlight the benefits and differences between the […]

With Spring well underway chances are you’ve completed your springtime yard cleanup.  Now that dead leaves have been removed, and the lawn raked you can once again see your homes landscape.  This could be a good or bad thing.  Even if you have lush green grass and beautiful natural elements, you may not be happy […]

Landscaping in Needham MA can be overwhelming. Here are a few time saving tips from Cataldo Landscape & Masonry to get you on track.

Inconsistent weather can make landscaping in Weston MA harder than it should be. Here are some lawn care tips no matter what the weather holds.

The sun is out and the weather is perfect for a day outside on the patio or by the pool. This can be difficult with the sun heating up the ground much faster and the humidity taking its toll on your hair and your energy levels.

Posted on February 21, 2018 in Boston Landscaping, Landscaping Tips

What plants do you want in your new garden? When you’re considering landscaping your yard, this is something you need to keep in mind. Take a look at plants that are native to Massachusetts and use these as inspiration for designing a garden. American Coral Bell: This is a small evergreen plant with uniquely colored […]